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1 UW researcher: Claims of voter fraud little more than a ‘disorienting’ smoke machine
2 Researchers Prepare For Deluge Of Election Night Misinformation
3 5 types of misinformation to watch out for while ballots are being counted -- and after
4 UW social media expert: Election misinformation is an ‘attack on democracy’
5 Trump and allies spread falsehoods to cast doubt on election
6 UW professor says rhetoric from President Trump about voting process is 'anti-democratic'
7 False claims of voting fraud, pushed by Trump, thrive online
8 Russian ballot-stuffing video goes viral again, and other predictable things about 2020 misinformation
9 Playing point on bad intel, Stanford great Kate Starbird works to dispel coronavirus myths
10 Kate Starbird, ex-Stanford basketball player, combats coronavirus rumors, hoaxes online
11 Russian Influence Peddlers Carving Out New Audiences on Fringes
12 Myths About Vote Tampering Could Persist For Years, Say Experts
13 Will Twitter Ban Trump?
14 Misinformation voters could see before, after 2020 election |
15 The unseen machine pushing Trump’s social media megaphone into overdrive
16 Election Day misinformation followed a predictable pattern – but it's still a problem
17 Election Day: Tips for avoiding misinformation, impact on the tech industry, and more
18 Video: Kate Starbird on how to identify disinformation
19 Twitter, Facebook Face an Uncertain Future in a Post-Trump U.S.
20 Twitter, Facebook face rocky future post-Donald Trump
21 The Lawfare Podcast: Kate Starbird on Pandemics and Infodemics
22 Should we stay off social media until after the election?
23 Why US ballot count live streams became misinformation magnets
24 The types of electoral misinformation
25 Kate Starbird
26 Silicon Valley braces for election misinformation after Trump’s false victory claim
27 How to Handle Post-Election Misinformation, Even With a Presidential Winner Declared
28 Man wearing ‘BBQ, BEER, FREEDOM’ shirt crashes Nevada election press briefing
29 In Brief: November 11, 2020
30 Researchers are tracking another pandemic, too—of coronavirus misinformation
31 Dr. Stephanie Chu and Dr. Kate Starbird kick off “Science Week” on Pac-12 Networks, starting tonight on a new episode of “Pac-12 Playlist,” presented by New York Life
32 What's the difference between misinformation and disinformation? UW professor explains
33 The Cybersecurity 202: CISA’s political independence from Trump will be an Election Day asset
34 Election 2020 Today: Biden on brink, America protests | National Politics
35 Antrim County figures prominently in election conspiracy theory
36 How a Crisis Researcher Makes Sense of Covid-19 Misinformation
37 These disinformation researchers saw the coronavirus 'infodemic' coming
38 COVID-19 Meets Election 2020: The Perfect Storm for Misinformation
39 Coronavirus crisis has social media ‘ripe for spread of misinformation’
40 Scholars tracking social media see efforts to delegitimize election, imperiling democracy
41 Report: Social media influencers push voting misinformation
42 AP Top News at 9:50 pm EST
43 How to avoid spreading misinformation in times of crisis
44 Tech Moves: Online disinformation researcher Kate Starbird gets tenure; Expedia board member Scott Rudin resigns; and more
45 As U.S. election nears, researchers are following the trail of fake news
46 AP Top News at 11:29 pm EST
47 AP Top News at 12:26 am EST
48 Fighting against the rising tide of misinformation
49 The pandemic has spawned disinformation campaigns that blend truth, lies, and sincere beliefs
50 Disinformation's spread: bots, trolls and all of us
51 Surviving the Coronavirus Infodemic | Center for an Informed Public
52 Disinformation campaigns are murky blends of truth, lies and sincere beliefs – lessons from the pandemic
53 The conspiracy election: How Americans embraced the Russian fake news model
54 New Coalition Wants to Help in Fight Against Election Misinformation
55 2020 Elections, COVID-19 Create Misinformation Opportunities
56 Disinformation campaigns are prevalent during crises. Here’s how you can protect yourself.
57 Anatomy Of A COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory
58 Today So Far: New home for Seattle's iconic Pink Elephant sign
59 In an unclear election Trump's Big Tech foes could hand him a second term
60 Starbird: Disinformation campaigns revealed by pandemic are murky blends of truth, lies and sincere beliefs
61 UW professor: The information war is real, and we're losing it
62 What to expect on Election Day
63 Check misinformation in the Internet
64 This covid-19 misinformation went viral. Here’s what we learned.
65 You are probably spreading misinformation. Here’s how to stop.
66 The difference between conspiracies and disinformation
67 The perfect storm for misinformation
68 Hydroxychloroquine misinformation makes way for political disinformation
69 Experts share tips on how to staunch the coronavirus misinformation ‘infodemic’
70 The cost and hidden silver lining of COVID-19 misinformation
71 Here are the 12 best female athletes to come out of Pierce County, Washington
72 Why uncertainty about coronavirus breeds opportunity for misinformation
73 Our Greatest Hits: Ticha Penicheiro’s wizardry helped bring the magic back to Old Dominion women’s basketball
74 For Trump's 'rigged' election claims, an online megaphone awaits
75 Can a New Think Tank Rescue Us from the Misinformation Age?
76 How Misinformation Spreads On The Internet
77 After a conspiracy site boosted the debunked "Plandemic" video, Trump pushed its take on Joe Scarborough.
78 Why dangerous conspiracy theories about the coronavirus spread so fast — and how they can be stopped
79 Twitter crackdown on conspiracy theories could set agenda for other social media
80 ‘Think more, share less’: Fake news researchers offer tips to avoid online manipulation
81 A 'war room' arms Black, Latino voters against disinformation
82 UW professor: ‘No easy solution’ to solving fake news on social media
83 Do COVID-19 conspiracies impact people's offline behavior?
84 The Technology 202: Protests, coronavirus and election present disinformation challenge for social media companies
85 The new threat of unintentional coronavirus misinformation
86 'How do I get my relative to stop sharing stuff that's clearly untrue?' and other tips
87 Twitter tests reddish-magenta colour for misinformation labels to make them more obvious, direct
88 Critics want Twitter to halt its trending lists. Instead, Twitter will make tweaks.
89 Seattle's Leading Local News: Weather, Traffic, Sports and More | Seattle, Washington |
90 Navigating YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google during the election
91 Facebook and Twitter keep fact-checking Trump on voting by mail. He's undeterred.
92 Confronting the global ‘crisis’ of misinformation: Inside the UW’s new Center for an Informed Public
93 As QAnon grew, Facebook and Twitter missed years of warning signs about the conspiracy theory’s violent nature
94 Fake news about Covid-19 can be as dangerous as the virus
95 On Social Media, Who's a Bot? Who's Not?
96 How to approach the disinformation, misinformation and uncertainty around election night 2020
97 University of Washington to create UW Center for an Informed Public with $5 million investment from Knight Foundation
98 Viewpoints: Fighting a pandemic of disinformation |
99 What We Pretend to Know About the Coronavirus Could Kill Us
100 Can you tell which face is real? UW and WSU plan to fight digital ‘deepfakes’